Built this system for my gf to replace her laptop (second gen i5) to something with a few extra teeth. Since I'm upgrading my system to an EVGA gtx970 i gave her my 280x i got last year and wrapped it up with parts that i feel do that card justice. The SSDs arent in raid since i cant see my gf noticing the difference, and didnt want to risk losing everything if one drive fails for something thats gonna go unappreciated by the user. I removed the two 120mm fans that mount to the side panel, and got an extra 200mm fan for the top. The thermaltake fans screw mounts dont line up with this case properly so i had to screw in one hole and use little foam squares to glue the fan in place. other than that these fans are great. they pull a ton of air right into the case and since i covered the side panels in foam to reduce noise its all forced to exhaust out the back where the rad has the corsair sp120 quiet editions moving air out. with this cooling solution i can run aida64 (including the gpu test) with all the fans (except gpu fans) at their lowest setting and never see my cpu go over 40 degrees Celsius. The gpu goes up to 70 in that scenario but only 60 in games. since my gf is a big movie buff we got her a 32" 1440p monitor so that she can have both a large screen for watching movies but also a good pixel density for web browsing. of course this screen doesnt hurt in games though at the time of writing this i havent gotten around to benchmarking any games at 1440p. most games are playable at ultra settings. P.S its setup on my desk while im doing its testing hence the picture being in the same place as my system.